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Sore infested Cat

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Posted by: miragesmom at Wed Mar 31 10:27:54 2004  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by miragesmom ]  
   

One of my b/f's brothers had let my indoor kitty outside (and didn't tell me so she ended up outside over night). I had noticed a cut by her ear and thought nothing of it (must have scratched it somehow, no biggie). A couple of days later she had some small, round sores forming on her belly. A little concerned I decided to keep an eye on it. Next day belly was raw looking with more sores, now larger one on inside of hind leg, one on side, and a couple on her back. She hasn't been scratching or biting herself, has been pottying OK, and is still as playful as ever. I did notice that she hasn't been eating as much of her dinner as normal, but eating breakfast fine. Any ideas?? I thought at first she may have got bit by some insect on her belly (looked similar to a rash), but it's spreading.


   

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